Tag: PUBLIC EDUCATION
Delhi Police lathi-charge JNU students on way to Rashtrapati Bhawan.
DU Ad-hoc teachers demand absorption into faculty and raise issues surrounding job security.
IIMC students stage protest against fee hike and plan to launch a hunger strike despite administrative consolations.
University campuses have seen widespread student protests, but when will the administrators acknowledge the importance of public universities?
Self-respect is the emotion animating the entire student resistance against fee hike in JNU.
Hundreds of students, teachers and activists marched to Parliament to ask for an affordable public education infrastructure.
The life of the student is the life of a “mind”. Expecting her not to articulate her anger would mean to not treat her as “mind” at all.
While students of public universities have no hostels to live in, the government plans to build more hostels for cows.
Public education is increasingly being seen as a commodity in this neo-liberal age. The struggle at JNU is to reclaim it as a right.
For a university built on the foundations of liberal thought, progress and critical pedagogy, what does the denial of academic freedom on campus entail for the future?